Kanban 101 - 1 - Perfection, Waste and Value Stream Mapping

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Kanban 101 workshop by John Goodsen and Michael Sahota.

This introduces key concepts from Lean around perfection and elimination of waste. It also introduces Value Stream Maps as starting point for Kanban.

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  • Mura: unevenness of flow Establish a reasonable pull, an even flow. Muri: overburdening the system Keep slack in the system to handle the unexpected. Don't try to force more through than it can handle. Muda: waste Type I: Actions that do not create value but that are currently necessary for the company. Type II: Actions that do not create value and that are not necessary.
  • Kanban 101 - 1 - Perfection, Waste and Value Stream Mapping

    1. 1. Lean Workshop – Value Stream Analysis Michael Sahota & John Goodsen
    2. 2. Lean Family Tree Copyright 2007 Poppendieck
    3. 3. © 2006-2010 C4Media Inc. InfoQ.com
    4. 4. Value Stream: Pull from Customers $$$ Value is defined by the Customer
    5. 5. Enemies of perfection Picture Source – Toyota Motor Company Australia Mura Muri Muda Waste Un-Evenness Overburden
    6. 6. 8 Types of Waste (Muda)
    7. 14. Value Stream Maps
    8. 15. Typical Project Value Stream <ul><li>http://www.michaelnygard.com/blog/2008/02/ </li></ul>
    9. 16. Overloaded Department Copyright 2007 Poppendieck
    10. 17. Example of a Fast Value Stream Copyright 2007 Poppendieck
    11. 18. Example of a Slow Value Stream Copyright 2007 Poppendieck
    12. 19. Client example of funded development
    13. 20. Client example (cont)
    14. 21. Exercise: Break into groups and draw value streams

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